Happiness as Anarchy #274: Sculpture

Perth is an intriguing blend of new and old. It’s a city of skyscrapers and visible big business, but it also has stunning scenes around corners just when you’re not expecting it. I love the movement and fluidity in this sculpture with the solid backdrop of old stone and high-rise glass, which in turn are… Continue reading Happiness as Anarchy #274: Sculpture

Happiness as Anarchy #157: Sculpture

Shape, form, texture, colour, perspective: I’m always drawn to sculpture. The Museo del Arte Moderno has a fabulous and large collection of sculpture (as well as 2D works) from the turn of the century through to today. My favourites were the early 20th century cubist sculptures and the indigenous works, which is no coincidence as… Continue reading Happiness as Anarchy #157: Sculpture

Happiness as Anarchy #62: Colander Bird

The rare and beautiful colander bird is found in a small area north of Bendigo. It lives in low grasslands near the North Central Catchment Management Authority building in Huntly, where it feeds on small pieces of discarded metal from passing traffic. Identifiable by its unique colander-like head and star-shaped markings, the colander bird is particularly… Continue reading Happiness as Anarchy #62: Colander Bird